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Sony BRAVIA KDL46EX523

Submitted by on November 3, 2011 – 6:18 pm10 Comments | 10,471 views

Sony BRAVIA KDL46EX523

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10 Comments »

  • Syndar4 says:

    Customer Rating Sony BRAVIA KDL46EX523, 1970-01-01
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL46EX523
    Have this mounted above our fireplace on a mantle connected to our surround sound system. Used security cables and attached to brick mortar to prevent any accidents. The HD picture is superb. Sony is great.

  • michael says:

    Customer Rating TV sony wonderful, 2011-08-24
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL46EX523
    I have bought this TV used like new and I didn’t notes any different with new one, Arrived in perfect shape no scratch and really for my is new brand just a good price, was delivered in few days and all my Family are happy with this TV. Only one thing is if we want to use caption to see some movies from neflex is not able to do that but local Tv show is able caption.

  • Customer Rating Fabulous LCD Television, 2011-07-24
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL46EX523
    This is the best TV I have owned so far. Very thin, four HDMI inputs, wireless-n networking, gorgeous picture, very light. Outstanding!

  • Customer Rating Good TV with severe monopolistic features, 2011-08-09
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL46EX523
    A good Sony TV, but their extra USB mic and webcam have to be by Sony only. Others – don’t work. Also, it can’t be used as additional Wi-Fi display for your PC without acquiring additional equipment.

  • Customer Rating Exactly what I wanted. Glad I got the built-in wifi & LED screen., 2011-09-08
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL46EX523
    This is my first HD flatscreen purchase. I was waiting for the right combination of features at the right price. I got it with this TV. In this purchase, I got HDTV, built-in wifi, LED screen plus onboard apps – all for just over $1000. I have been the proud owner for 10 days. It was worth the wait.

  • Customer Rating Had one issue but the picture is great, 2011-08-29
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL46EX523
    I bought this Sony Bravia after getting the Sony Google TV earlier this year at Target for another room.
    The picture is great on this TV. After a few weeks I moved this TV to hang on the wall and somehow the cord came lose inside the box. I called the Sony repair line and they sent out a free service repairman in my area (yes they still have local TV repair and service people!). He got is fixed in 5 minutes. We connected this TV to the internet so we can download movies and shows from Amazon instant video. My goal is to drop Comcast (other than basic) and just use internet TV. So far so good. I must say that I like the Sony Google TV remote a little better than the remote with the Bravia. Many more functions for surfing the web and shopping Amazon.com. The Google TV has poor reviews online because of the remote but I like it and my wife likes it too.
    The Bravia works great for use with Pandora.com to play music thru out the house on our home surround sound / house system.

  • Customer Rating Good TV, poor customer service, 2011-09-28
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL46EX523
    TV is good: I bought this TV on August 27, 2011. The price and features of this TV are well-matched, and I was initially quite pleased. The instructions for set-up are fairly clear, and the TV did a nice job of mating itself to my home WiFi network. However, the TV stopped functioning about two weeks after it arrived. Customer Service isn’t as good: A week ago, I completed Sony’s warranty form on-line, indicating that I was having service difficulties. I have received no response. To obtain customer service, the instructions list one phone number. The web lists another specific to Bravia TVs. The hold time on the Bravia line was in excess of 20 minutes with no connection to a person. The 24/7 on-line chat took over five minutes to connect to a person, who could not diagnose the problem. After 20 minutes of on-line chat with an average of four minutes between exchanges, I was instructed to call a local service center. There was no mechanism for referral to the local service center before going through these various other channels. The local service center tells me they have ordered a main circuit board, but it is on back order. How many is Sony having to replace? The part won’t come in for about two weeks. I find that delay alone suprising in this time of electronic ordering and overnight shipping and assume, perhaps unfairly, that Sony could get a part to its authorized service centers more quickly if it so chose.If the TV works, it’s a good value. If it doesn’t, the service is frustrating and substandard. At this point, the technicians haven’t made the service call yet for lack of parts. For a world class company like Sony, I’m surprised and disappointed. UPDATE 1:The service technician came and installed the part at my home, free of charge. It didn’t work. He took the TV back to his shop. He tells me that Sony sent him a defective part because of something to do with the firmware not syncing up. “They do that sometimes,” he tells me. I’m not sure how he has gained familiarity with this mode of failure in replacment parts?He reordered the part. I have waited another week, and he doesn’t have the second replacement part from Sony yet. He isn’t sure when it will arrive, but hopes it will be later this week. This seems like poor supply chain management, to me. I’m just over six weeks into Sony ownership, and have spent over half of it waiting for repairs. There has been no offer to replace the TV. When I asked the shop’s service manager about that possibility, he suggested I call Sony because he doesn’t have information as to how to do that.

  • Monte K. says:

    Customer Rating Best there is!, 2011-07-28
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL46EX523
    I put this TV on the wall. Netflix worked perfict. The pictuer, controls and volume is excellent. The price can’t be beat. You wont go wrong in buying this TV.

  • K. Arnold says:

    Customer Rating Looks great!, 2011-06-18
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL46EX523
    This TV looks very good and the price is even better. The built in WiFi makes it even better if you were going to have to purchase the adapter.

    The on-screen menu/options is quite nice and the internet apps work as expected. I especially enjoy the Pandora app.

    I’ll post back later if I have any issues with the TV.

  • S. Kessler says:

    Customer Rating Sony BRAVIA KDL46EX523, 1970-01-01
    This review is from: Sony BRAVIA KDL46EX523
    I bought this 46″ Sony to replace a 26″ that died in the recent hurricane. I decided that a serious upgrade in size was needed and I was very attracted to the on-board Internet connection and built-in wifi. I was not only not disappointed, I have been thrilled to pieces (with just one minor glitch that I’m sure will be resolved). Set up was extremely easy. I purchased the Sony Home Theater Sony HT-CT150 3D Sound Bar System to enhance the sound quality and the two products sync together. The TV and all components (cable box, DVD, and even my iPod) connect through the subwoofer, which serves as a switching box, so there is only a single cable going into the TV. With Bravia Sync you can control the sound system with the TV remote. I still have to switch channels when watching through cable with the cable remote. The HD picture is nothing short of astounding. Really beautiful, sharp, clear, vibrant. Watching nature shows and movies on this set is a revelation. Movies look fabulous, and in my apartment-sized living room, the size of the screen makes you feel like you’re in a screening room. I will have very little need to ever pay movie theater ticket prices again.The one glitch so far is that I can’t seem to get the streaming services (Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon) to play through the sound system. I suspect that I will need to get on line with Sony customer service to fix this. Also, one of my HDMI ports had a somewhat loose connection and the screen would periodically back out for a fraction of a second. I fixed this by switching ports and now it is fine. Edit on 10/5: I solved the sound system issue for my Netflix and Hulu streaming apps. It was a matter of making sure the HDMI cable from TV to subwoofer was as firmly connected at possible. I did that and now I can not only watch all the streaming services I subscribe to, but they sound just great through the external speakers.This is an excellent TV that I highly recommend. It’s very interesting, also, that five years ago, when I bought my first flat screen HD TV, a 26″, I paid about $250 more than I just paid for this TV on Amazon. Go figure.

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